1 QuincyCollegeCatalog2018-2019 The College of the South ShoreTM | | information in this publication is provided solely for the convenience of the reader, and Quincy College expressly disclaims any liability which may otherwise be incurred. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this publication, the College reserves the right to make changes at any time with respect to course offerings, degree requirements, services provided, or any other subject addressed in this College Catalog 2018-20192 Quincy College Quincy College is a fully-accredited two-year College offering approximately 475 courses and over a thousand sections each semester, and awarding Associate Degrees and Certificates of completion in a wide variety of studies.
2 1958 Presidents Place Saville Hall 1250 Hancock Street 24 Saville Avenue Quincy , MA 02169 Quincy , MA 02169 Plymouth Campus 36 Cordage Park Circle Plymouth, MA 02360 617-984-1700 ( Quincy Campus) 508-747-0400 (Plymouth Campus)
3 Students Enrolled 5,343 (Headcount)(Based on end of semester 3,159 FTE (Fall)Fall 2017 data) Gender Ratio 68% Female 32% Male Ethnicity 42% White.
4 Non-Hispanic 27% Black, Non-Hispanic 5% International Students 8% Hispanic 6% Asian or Pacific Islander
5 2% Two or more races 10% Race/Ethnicity Unknown Age Range 14-92 Average Age 28 Average Class Size 20 Retention Rate (Fall to Fall)
6 2007-2008 42% 2008-2009 56% 2009-2010 56% 2010-2011 57% 2011-2012 49% 2012-2013 58%
7 2013-2014 52% 2014-2015 55% 2015-2016 66% 2016-2017 60% Graduation Rate For Cohort that began in September 2010: 47% (6 years) For Cohort that began in September 2011: 45% (5 years) For Cohort that began in September 2012: 44% (3 years) For Cohort that began in September 2013: 42% (3 years) For Cohort that began in September 2014.
8 52% School Profile3 Quincy College | 800-698-1700 | (2017) 814 Quincy CollegeCIVILITY STATEMENT Quincy College was founded on the belief that learning is a lifelong activity, and that education can improve the quality of life for individuals and society. The College values freedom of expression and recognizes the constitutional and statutory rights of students and staff. It is the intent of the College to promote and foster an atmosphere and environment conducive to the academic mission of the institution. Quincy College is a community of individuals.
9 As such, we should always strive to recognize the dignity and worth of each member of the community, regardless of status (student, administrator, support staff, faculty member). It is the College s belief that one should treat every other individual, irrespective of status, rank, title, or position, with dignity and Quincy College is an academic community dedicated to openness, tolerance and respect. Our doors and programs are open to all students and employees without regard to age, race, religion, sex, marital or parental status, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation. The College does not discriminate in its education programs or in admissions to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities.
10 For more information, please reference the Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination Policy (Policy ). Quincy College strives to not only meet, but exceed all Federal, State, and Local statutes governing equal opportunity and inclusion. All questions, concerns, or complaints regarding the College s Affirmative Action/Title VI or Sexual Harassment/Title IX policies should be forwarded to the Director of Human Resources/Title VI and Title IX Coordinator, Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy Center, MA 02169. Inquiries regarding services for students with disabilities or student concerns or complaints regarding Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 or Sexual Harassment/Title IX policies should be forwarded to Susan Bossa, Associate Vice President for Student Development/ADA Coordinator, Presidents Place, 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy Center, MA 02169 or by calling 617-984-1656 or at Quincy College is in full compliance with MGL, Chapter 269 Section 17, 18, and 19 and hazing is prohibited in Quincy College .